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Posted Sunday, Jul 9, 2017 
Summer Discovery campers were up to the challenge to build strong, waterproof houses. Forsyth science teacher Sharon Anibal kept these engineers busy all week with a different project every day.
Posted Sunday, Jul 2, 2017 
We've got all kinds of sports camps this summer, but no matter what camps kids are coming to, there is always time for games in the backyard.
Posted Saturday, Jun 24, 2017 
There were a lot of pre-primary furry friends at Summer Discovery this week. Veteran Forsyth Junior-K teacher Beth Maglasang led Paws & Claws for Pre-K and Junior-K kids. Take a look.
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
Summer Discovery | 06.15.17 >> Pictures tell the story. You'll wish you were a kid.
Posted Wednesday, Jun 14, 2017 
On Monday, June 12, 2017, the Forsyth School Board of Trustees announced that Head of School Michael J. Vachow has resigned effective June 6. The Board will immediately begin a search for a new Head of School, and an Interim Head will be appointed for the 2017/18 school year.
Posted Thursday, Jun 1, 2017 
Spoiler alert: this is fun. Third graders paint self-portraits that are expressive, well-executed representations of self. Pictures tell the story.
Posted Friday, May 26, 2017 
Year-End Assembly | 05.19.17 >> The whole School saluted the Forsyth Classes of 2017, our graduating sixth graders, and 2011, now graduating seniors. At Year-End Assembly, we salute the graduates, say good-bye to departing faculty & staff, present awards, and have an awe-inspiring high beam demonstration.
Posted Wednesday, May 24, 2017 
MRS. NANGLE & MRS. DODD TO RETIRE >> As the 2017/18 school year draws to a close, we are celebrating the retirement of two veteran Forsyth colleagues whose families have been involved with the School for more than half the years Forsyth has been in existence. These are milestone retirements.
Posted Friday, May 19, 2017 
Green & White Day 2017 >> Forsyth's field day begins with an all-School pep rally and ends with a grand finale. It's the kids' favorite day, and this year was the best ever. Lots of photos to tell the story.
Posted Friday, May 5, 2017 
May Day is Forsyth's big all-school spring performance. A queen or king is crowned, and every grade from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6 dances, culminating in the weaving of the maypole ribbons. For the kids, May Day is a rite-of-passage activity: each grade performs the same dance from year to year, and kids look forward to the next level as they move through school.
Posted Friday, May 5, 2017 
Just look at these numbers for the 2017 Greater St. Louis Science Fair: 89 Forsyth School students in Senior-K – Grade 6 entered 62 Science Fair projects (some projects were team efforts), and won 67 awards. For two years running, all of Forsyth School's Science Fair entries have been award winning with special awards in addition to the blue, red and green ribbons.
Posted Friday, Apr 28, 2017 
The all-School assembly on 04.21.17 covered a lot of bases: school spirit, heritage, sustainability, and a great School community. Every school has assemblies–big deal. Right. So, you might just peruse this story as gauge of the Forsyth School community or to get a sense of School culture. We like to hang out together. Read on.
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